Are you still using Autodesk® Land Desktop? If you haven’t heard, the last version of the software – Land Desktop 2009 and Land Desktop Companion were phased out in Spring of 2009 and replaced with AutoCAD® Civil 3D®.
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Don’t forget to sign up to catch Dave Young teaching in Las Vegas at Autodesk University this year when registration opens up on August 17th. This year, he will be teaching Georeferenced Point Clouds into Civil 3D Surfaces and assisting on A360 Infraworks Bridge Design with Revit and Structural Detailing along with our Lead AEC Applications Engineer, Dzan Ta.
Make sure you plan accordingly to take advantage of the Early Bird Registration until October 10th.
Welcome to today’s edition of Tutorial Tuesday. In this episode, our Applications Engineer, Dave Young gives us an in-depth look into the newest features and upgrades included in the latest offering of AutoCAD® Civil 3D®.
This 42-minute video includes a presentation of all of the new features, and what they mean for you in real-life application. After the presentation, Dave gives you a guided tutorial of the offerings to show how they actually work in the program.
Check out the video below:
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